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Ambient Health Intelligence: Sensing from your Watch to your Fridge

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Abstract: Putting AI into the health data analysis equation by now has some `tradition’. Recently, however, more sources from one’s everyday life are being tapped for health and wellbeing monitoring. Here, we will discuss such sources from personal smart devices such as smart phone or watch to ambient appliances such as a refrigerator or TV. More generally speaking, mobile health data and Internet of Things data are considered as information sources for a generalised “ambient health intelligence”. This includes the consideration of audiovisual data as such can be captured also increasingly from smart home or vehicle agents beyond microphones or cameras on smart phones. From an AI perspective, the talk revolves largely around Deep Learning as tool of choice. Beyond motivating the idea of such an increasingly holistic multi-source approach, technical insights will be given into current solutions. This will be added by recent results including such from research competitions. Moreover, future perspectives will be shared on immediate and general challenges and next steps to be taken.

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Bio: Björn W. Schuller received his diploma, doctoral degree, habilitation, and Adjunct Teaching Professor in Machine Intelligence and Signal Processing all in EE/IT from TUM in Munich/Germany. He is Full Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the Head of GLAM at Imperial College London/UK, Full Professor and Chair of Embedded Intelligence for Health Care and Wellbeing at the University of Augsburg/Germany, co-founding CEO and current CSO of audEERING – an Audio Intelligence company based near Munich and in Berlin/Germany, Guest Professor at Southeast University in Nanjing/China and permanent Visiting Professor at HIT /China amongst other Professorships and Affiliations. Previous stays include Full Professor at the University of Passau/Germany, Key Researcher at Joanneum Research in Graz/Austria, and the CNRS LIMSI in Orsay/France. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and Golden Core Awardee of the IEEE Computer Society, Fellow of the BCS , Fellow of the ISCA , President-Emeritus of the AAAC , and Senior Member of the ACM . He (co)authored 1,000+ publications (35k+ citations, h-index=87), is Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Digital Health and was Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing amongst manifold further commitments and service to the community. His 30+ awards include having been honoured as one of 40 extraordinary scientists under the age of 40 by the WEF in 2015. He served as Coordinator/PI in 15+ European Projects, is an ERC Starting and DFG Reinhart-Koselleck Grantee, and consultant of companies such as Barclays, GN, Huawei, Informetis, or Samsung.

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